Hotel Sans Souci
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Le Marche is one of Italy’s lesser-known regions, but it’s a real beauty. This lovely hotel sits between the sparkling waters of the Adriatic and the lush greenery of the San Bartolo nature reserve, with a white-sand beach below and the town centre just a few minutes’ walk away. A sunny pool area overlooks the sea, as does the restaurant (which serves delicious dishes drawing on fresh, local ingredients). As for the rooms, they’re bright and spacious, with glass-sided balconies.
Half board: All breakfasts and dinners
Wine with dinner
International flights. Prices are based on return flights with easyJet from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
Return transfers direct to your hotel
Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person
Gabicce Mare, Adriatic Coast, Italy
Half Board Plus
From £745 per person
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required
Food and drink
Meals are served buffet-style in the main restaurant with a mix of Italian and international cuisine on offer.
During your stay, enjoy the following programme of activities and entertainment. Some activities may be at an extra charge and activities may change from time to time. Aqua fit Table tennis (fees may apply) Golf (fees may apply) Tennis (fees may apply) Golf practice facility (fees may apply) Entertainment a few times a week
All 82 rooms are decorated with Italian style and feature balconies with sea views.
- Two restaurants
- Two swimming pools
- Outdoor terrace
- Fitness centre
- Cycling / mountain biking hire
Life in Gabicce Mare tends to revolve around the sand – a string of sandy beaches edges the coast, bordered by relaxed cafes and restaurants serving seafood pasta and carafes of Italian wine. The local town has plenty of shops and amenities or there's a local bus service to other towns and villages nearby. Up in the hills behind the resort, you’ll find quiet villages and stunning walking routes, while a half-hour bus journey along the coast brings you to the lively resort of Rimini. Further afield, you could explore hilltop San Marino, the oldest (and smallest) republic in Europe.